Re: Pectoral Sandpiper and Snake at the WTP, Vic

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Subject: Re: Pectoral Sandpiper and Snake at the WTP, Vic
From: "John Harris" <>
Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2007 19:39:03 +1100
Nice photo of a Tiger Snake Pete!!!  Glad you have got a large lens on that 

Yours in all things "green"


John Harris
Secretary, Victorian Association for Environmental Education (VAEE)
Environmental Education Officer
Donvale Christian College
155 Tindals Rd Donvale 3111
03 9844 2471
0409 090 955

>>> <> 01/15/07 1:18 PM >>>
Hi All,

On the Sunday, I tried to relocate the Pec with no success, however I came
across an amazingly coloured snake sun-bathing on the road. Its
colourations glowing in the direct dusk sunlight.

It had a greenish head merging into chocolatey brown upperparts.   Its
underparts were a bright orangey yellow, with indistinct stripings of

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